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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022



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Do you have an interest in luxury and wish to learn about the most expensive yacht in the world? In this post, we present a list of the top 10 most expensive yachts in the world.

most expensive yachts in the world

History Supreme [$4.8 Billion]

History Supreme
Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

The superyacht History Supreme cost an eye-popping $4.8 billion, making it the most costly vessel ever built.

This beautiful work measures 100 feet in length and contains 10,000 kg of pure gold and platinum.

Stuart Huges, a famous designer of high-end items, created it for Robert Knok, the richest man in Malaysia. It was thought that the History Supreme would take three years to build, and it has a lot of high-end features.


The main bedroom has a wall made of meteorite rocks and a statue made of real Tyrannosaurus Rex bones.

The 24-karat gold Aquavista Panoramic Wall Aquarium in the master suite is the icing on the cake.

Eclipse [$1.5 billion]

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

Roman Abramovich’s yacht, Eclipse, is the second most expensive boat in the world.

It’s safe to say that the Russian oligarch didn’t skimp on his luxury yacht.


His main bedroom has a private defense system with sensors that can find missiles, alarms that sound when someone breaks in, armor plating, and bulletproof glass.

The Eclipse also features a disco, a mini-submarine, a swimming pool, and 24 hotel rooms.

Even though the final price tag for Eclipse remains unknown, estimates put the sum somewhere around $1.5 billion.


Streets of Monaco [$3,000,000]

Streets of Monaco
Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

We’ll start with the “Streets of Monaco,” a billion-dollar boat.

The finished 509-foot mega yacht, Streets of Monaco, will be among the world’s most expensive and stunning vessels, including miniature replicas of famous landmarks from Monaco and Monte Carlo.

When completed, the superyacht will boast a helipad, a mini-submarine, three swimming pools, seven guest suites, a mini-waterfall, and a restaurant with a magnificent underwater view.

Azzam [$600,000,000]

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

This megayacht, at 590 feet in length, is the largest yacht ever built.

It is owned by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nayan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Abu Dhabi.


These enormous yachts were constructed by Lürssen Yachts. One of the world’s fastest boats, Azzam, can travel at speeds of over 30 knots (35 mph) thanks to its own missile defense system and bulletproof master suite.

Topaz [$527,000,000]

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

Topaz, a magnificent superyacht built by Lürssen, is ranked number five.

Her construction in Germany began in 2011 and she made her debut in 2012, both for the use of Abu Dhabi businessman Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Tim Heywood was in charge of designing the outside of the building, and Terrance Disdale Design was in charge of designing the inside.


The top deck features a spacious jacuzzi, pool, and helipad, and the lower deck houses a state-of-the-art fitness center, movie theater, and business center.

Motor Yacht A [$440,000,000]

The Blohm + Voss shipyard unveiled this stunning 390-foot superyacht in 2008.

It is widely assumed that its owner is Andrey Melnichenko, a Russian business magnate and philanthropist.


The 400-foot-long motor yacht “A” has enough room for 14 passengers and 42 crew members.

The master suite is 2,500 square feet in size, and other amenities include a disco, a helipad, a separate 30-foot speedboat, and a glass-bottomed pool.

Dubai [$400,000,000]

The Sheik of Dubai, Mohammed Rashid al-Maktoum, is the only owner of Dubai.


It has a helipad, a circular glass staircase that changes color when lit from above, a swimming pool with handmade tiles, and whirlpool tubs.

In addition to the owner’s deck, VIP and social rooms, guest suites, and space for up to 115 crew members, Dubai also features a split-level owner’s deck.

 Radiant [$320,000,000]

Radiant, which was constructed by Lürssen in 2009, is owned by Emirate billionaire Abdulla Al Futtaim.


The superyacht can accommodate up to 20 guests and 44 crew members, has a length of around 110 meters, and has a gross tonnage of about 5007.

She features a gym, sauna, jacuzzi, cinema, helipad, swimming platform, and several pools.

In case pirates try to attack, the Radiant is armed with a powerful water cannon!


Al Said [$300,000,000]

The Sultan of Oman, Qaboos Bin Said Al Said, owns the next megayacht on the list, which bears his name.

The Al Said was constructed in 2007 and 2008, but other than its sizable performance hall that can accommodate an orchestra of up to 50 members, not much is known about it.

Aside from that, it can travel at roughly 22 knots, has room for 70 passengers, and provides lodging for 154 crew members.


Serene [$300,000,000]

The 439-foot Serene is the world’s tenth-most expensive yacht.

According to reports, celebrities like Bill Gates pay roughly $1 million per week to rent the yacht Serene, which was built in 2011 by Fincantieri for Russian billionaire Yuri Scheffler.

It was bought by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, in 2015. It has rooms for about 24 guests and 52 crew members.


It has several pools, two landing sites for helicopters, a submarine, and a spectacular underwater observation area.

Pelorus [$300,000,000]  

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

When Lürssen finished building the yacht Pelorus in 2003, Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich bought it the next year.

Several owners have come and gone since then, with Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee now at the helm.

Pelorus measures 115 meters in length and has a massive weight of 5517 tons.


The yacht has two helipads, landing boats, and jet skis in addition to the usual amenities found onboard a superyacht of her kind.

It has 46 permanent crew members and operates 24/7/365.

Dilbar [$256,000,000]

The Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov frequently charters the yacht Dilbar to go between his personal islands.


It is not only one of the world’s most costly boats, but also one of the largest, at a staggering 360 feet in length and a little more than 50 feet in height.

Dedicated to Alisher’s mom, this Lürssen Yachts vessel was launched in 2008.

Dilbar has a place for a helicopter to land, several swimming pools, and rooms for 20 guests and 48 staff.


Al Mirqab [$250,000,000]

Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani, the first and only Sheikh of Qatar, is the proud owner of Al Mirqab.

There are ten bedrooms on board, as well as a helipad, a swimming pool, a number of VIP suites, a theater, a jacuzzi, and a number of watersports facilities.

After its design and construction in 2008 it was immediately tagged “the world’s second most beautiful boat.”


There is enough room for up to 24 guests and 55 crew members in its spacious accommodations.

 Lady Moura [$210,000,000]

After the world’s most expensive superyacht, Lady Moura is the another costly yacht in the world. Saudi Arabian businessman and counselor to the Saudi Royal family, Nasser Al-Rashid, owns Lady Moura.

The yacht has some great features, like a retractable roof over the swimming pool, a helicopter, and accents and calligraphy made of 24 karat gold.


For those who want to feel like they’re on a beach even though they’re in the middle of the ocean, Lady Moura has a special hydraulic platform that emerges from one side and is coated in sand.

 Octopus [$200,000,000]

The Octopus, whose interior was custom-made for Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2003, features a sumptuous setting.

It features a glass-bottom pool, a whirlpool, an outdoor bar, a basketball court, and a recording studio.


The Octopus can have up to 56 crew members and 26 guests. It has two submarines and two helipads.

Rising Sun [$200,000,000]

In 2004, Lürssen made the yacht Rising Sun for Larry Ellison. It was designed by Jon Bannenberg and built by Lürssen.

Guests can choose from one of the hotel’s 82 guestrooms, or enjoy the on-site basketball court, wine cellar, or movie theater.


David Geffen has owned this 138-meter-long superyacht since 2010. It is the 12th largest vessel of its kind.

Over $200 million was spent on the construction of the Rising Sun and even more on the installation of high-end amenities.

Ecstasea [$200,000,000]

 The Ecstasea, commissioned by Russian businessman Roman Abramovich and launched in 2004, was the largest feadship ever constructed.


This yacht is roughly 85.95 meters in length and 11.50 meters across its beam. What this indicates is that its dead weight is 585 metric tons.

Ecstasea’s beautiful interior design has won several awards, and it can easily fit 14 guests.


In the case of Solandge, the price tag is $180 million. Lurssen’s constructed this superyacht.


For over $1.1 million per week, the Solandge was the most expensive brokerage in 2017.

There are eight VIP suites on the 280-foot boat, along with a grand piano and a Murano glass sculpture.

Aviva [$150,000,000]

The superyacht owned by British tycoon Joe Lewis comes in at number 19 with a price tag of $150 million.


His yacht has a full-size tennis court and hold some of his most valuable pieces of art, such as Picasso paintings.

Joe spends many months a year on board Aviva and his three other superyachts rather than at his home in the Bahamas.

Lionheart [$150,000,000] 

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Top 10 Most Expensive Yachts in the world 2022

The 207-foot-long Lionheart, built by Sir Philip Green, ranks first on the list.

It was built by Italian shipping company Benetti. The rich British retailer who was the owner of the superyacht commissioned the company to construct it 


The 2016-completed vessel features six private VIP suites with balconies.

Kate Moss, Simon Cowell, and Cristiano Ronaldo are just a few of the renowned people that have graced the decks of the Lionheart.

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